Friday brought our assessed role-play mediations. This was the equivalent to a final exam for the course. The class was split into three large groups, and everyone was given a chance to act as mediator for the problem given, with the three instructors overseeing and evaluating the mediations. After the mediations were finished, the instructors gave feedback to each student on what they did well and identified areas in which they needed improvement.
Following the evaluations, each student gave a short, three-minute presentation on what they had learned in the course and how they intended to apply the knowledge.
After we returned from breaking for lunch, we reconvened for a short presentation by Charlie on social norms and procedural justice. Finally, a certificate was presented to each student for completing the course.